The announcements that came out of President Biden’s international climate summit last month left most of us wondering what’s next? U.S. policymakers are engaging the public’s increasing interest in climate solutions with an interesting mix of bravado, boldness, and pragmatism.
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Based on its title alone — apocalyptic and unproductive — Bill Gates’s new How to Avoid a Climate Disaster is not a book I would normally recommend to Both True readers. But it is precisely that apocalyptic framing that will attract readers to How to Avoid a Climate Disaster. And that is something — believe it or not — that you will want to celebrate.
Several people sent me Pioneer’s 2020 Sustainability Report the day it came out — a strong indication of what it means for our industry. Pioneer has quietly, systematically, and relentlessly established itself as a leader in sustainability over the last decade (and without generating much fuss). Their low-key yet impressive style comes to life in this report, which should serve as a roadmap for your company.
I’ve been asked frequently of late how industry can make the most of the Texas weather and power meltdown. First, we need to understand what the disaster meant — not just to the people of Texas, but to everyone else watching. It meant the importance of always on energy, the need for redundant energy sources, and a slowly unfolding map of the complexity of the energy system — all at once, like seldom before.